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Should a Ransomware Attack be Considered a Data Breach?

Jordan Kadlec

Ransomware criminals are adding salt to the wound to those infected with ransomware by creating sites to leak data stolen from non-paying victims. Maze ransomware was the first variant to create a…

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Beware of Coronavirus Scams and Ransomware Attacks

Jordan Kadlec

In the midst of a global pandemic with the outbreak of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, hackers aren’t putting their tricks into quarantine. While some gangs were promising not to hit medical centers…

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Tips to Stay Sane While Working Remotely

Jordan Kadlec

With the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommending social distancing and limiting gatherings to ten people or less, the workforce is finding themselves working remotely; or as the cool kids would…

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Snake Ransomware Slithers Through Networks

Jordan Kadlec

Snake ransomware is the latest example of ransomware variants being used for targeting enterprises. Snake ransomware is being used to infiltrate business networks, gather administrative credentials,…

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Two Terrifying Cybersecurity Predictions for 2020

Jordan Kadlec

Ransomware dominated cybersecurity headlines throughout 2019, with cities and municipalities paying millions in ransom demands. Will 2020 and the beginning of a new decade bring the same threats?…

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Maze Ransomware Wreaks Havoc on Pensacola and Southwire

Jordan Kadlec

The group behind Maze ransomware claimed responsibility for two massive cyber attacks this week. On Monday, December 9th, Southwire Company was hit by a ransomware attack that disrupted manufacturing…

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Managed Service Providers Hit With Ransomware Attacks

Jordan Kadlec

According to cyber-liability insurance provider Beazley Insurance Company, ransomware attacks increased thirty-seven percent in the third quarter of 2019. Twenty-five percent of those incidents were…

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Raccoon Stealer Malware Service Gaining Popularity

Jordan Kadlec

Raccoon Stealer, a new and easy to use trojan malware, is providing cybercriminals with a simple means of stealing credit card data, passwords, and cryptocurrency. The malware has already infected…

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BitPaymer Ransomware Making Noise in World of Cybersecurity

Jordan Kadlec

Business-to-business payments provider, Billtrust, and German manufacturer, Pilz, were both hit by the ransomware strain dubbed BitPaymer last week. The ransomware has also been spotted exploiting a…

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